Bioplastics can't be recycled with common synthetic plastics. They have to be disposed of to waste bin.
Plastic straws can technically be recycled. The problem is that they are small, thin, and bendy. They easily fall into the cracks and crevices of recycling machinery.
Majority of paper cups are lined with a thin coating of polyethylene plastic. This layer is hard to be separated. That's why the paper cup belongs to waste bin.
Books and Magazinespaper
Books and magazines belong to the paper recycling bin. Paperbacks can be recycled as a whole; hardcover books require to remove the cover.
Aerosol cans are made of either aluminum or steel, both of which are high-value metals that can be infinitely recycled into new metal products.
The easiest and safest way to dispose of mediation is through drug take-back or mail-back programs through pharmacies which will dispose of medications properly.
You can dispose of different types of batteries in appropriate recycling facilities, hazardous waste facilities, or at drop-off sites in your community.
A pizza box, or any paper product, that is stained with grease or food can't be recycled unless you remove all of the contaminated portions.